The Art Classes
Have you've always wanted to try your hand at oil painting but didn't know where to start? Maybe you've been painting for years but are looking for a little boost.
Or you just fancy time away from your normal routine, doing something you've never done before.
The classes can be designed to accommodate the participants.
So what are the options for adults?
Mornings: Painting class.
Oils are by far the most forgiving for beginners, but if your heart is set on watercolor, or acrylics, we can do that too.
Afternoons: Free time.
Explore area, go for a hike, check out local art or go back in studio to continue unassisted.
Maybe do a craft. Look at art books.
Evenings: Drawing class.
Study perspective, shading.
Work with charcoal, ink, graphite
All materials are included so you don't need to worry about supplies. If you prefer your own, however, you are welcome to use them.
Families with Kids
Kids love doing art work but sometimes mom and dad want to join in too. A family Art Vacation allows just that.
Creative options include:
painting (acrylics or tempera); drawing (charcoal, colored pencils, crayons, markers); sculpture (clay, wood, wire, paper, found art, mobiles); design and collage (tissue and construction papers, magazines, stamps, buttons, etc);
or printing (silk screen, linocut, monotype)